B.I.K.E.S. Club of
Snohomish County
McClinchy Mile Bicycle Ride   Facebook

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Arlington, Washington

Loop routes from 30 to 100 miles

How far is a McClinchy Mile? As far as you want to go on a beautiful spring day. We always offer route options, and you can decide on the day of the ride what works for you.

Each loop has a rest stop with fresh food, sag support, and friendly volunteers. Beautiful scenery, flat or hilly options and burger and a beer at the end.

The McClinchy Mile supports recreational bicycling, advocacy, and bike-related local grants through B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County.

B.I.K.E.S. Club was founded in the 1970s and hosts recreational bike rides year-round for members. To learn more and attend your first ride for free, see our Rides page.

Come for the Weekend

Make ride day easier by staying overnight in Snohomish County. 

Accommodations near the ride start are located in Arlington and Smokey Point.

What to do? Ride the Centennial Trail with the kids,  go hiking or mountain biking in Darrington; shop at the Seattle Outlet Mall; gaming at Angel of the Winds; visit local breweries; or the Hibulb Cultural Center at Tulalip. Learn more at snohomish.org

McClinchy Mile barns burgers and brews

About the McClinchy Mile

The ride is named after a founding club member, Stuart McClinchy, who died too young.

McClinchy has been hosted by B.I..K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County since 1982. It is our major fundraiser, and all proceeds go back into local bicycling. In addition to supporting our club, we give grants for bike-related projects in Snohomish County.

McClinchy supports Everett's Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop and helmets to go with bikes for low income kids served by Christmas House each December.

Check out the latest and share the event with friends on our Facebook page.

McClinchy Mile Supporters

  Arlington Velo Sport

Sno-Isle Food Co-Op

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